Build and Run a Docker Image
ForgeRock delivers a Dockerfile inside
IG-7.1.2.zip, to help you build an
evaluation-only, base Docker image for IG. After building and running
the Docker image, add a configuration as described in Add Configuration to a Docker Image.
|ForgeRock provides no commercial support for production deployments that use ForgeRock’s evaluation-only Docker images. When deploying the ForgeRock Identity Platform using Docker images, you must build and use your own images for production deployments.|
The Docker image has the following characteristics:
The Docker image runs on Linux and Mac operating systems.
IG binaries are delivered in
The environment variable
$IG_INSTANCE_DIRhas the value
A ForgeRock user with username:
11111, runs the IG process and owns the configuration files.
IG-7.1.2.zipfrom the ForgeRock BackStage download site, and unzip. The directory
With a Docker daemon running, build a base Docker image, using /path/to/identity-gateway:
/path/to/identity-gateway$ docker build . -f docker/Dockerfile -t ig-image Sending build context to Docker daemon Step 1/7 : FROM gcr.io/forgerock-io/java-11:latest latest: Pulling from forgerock-io/java-11 ... Successfully tagged ig-image:latest
Make sure that the Docker image is available:
$ docker image list REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID ig-image latest gcr.io/forgerock-io/java-11 latest
The following steps run the Docker image on port
8080. Make sure that the
port is not being used, or use a different port as described in the procedure.
With a Docker daemon running, run the Docker image:
$ docker run -p 8080:8080 ig-image
IG starts up, and the console displays the message log.
Go to http://localhost:8080 to view the IG welcome page.
Consider using the following options when you run the Docker image:
The default ports
local-machine-port:internal-container-port. IG can run on a different port, but the container must always run on
8080. The following example runs IG on port
$ docker run -p 8090:8080 ig-image
The default configuration directory is
/var/ig/. The following example sets the configuration directory to
$ docker run -p 8080:8080 -v $HOME/.openig:/var/ig/ ig-image
Run the image in sh shell, in interactive mode, using the provided Forgerock user:
$ docker run -p 8080:8080 -it --user 11111 ig-image sh